Jeff Sherrod expounds on the value of an education that combines both classroom instruction and field experience that gives students experiences to engage with in the classroom. It's a model we practice in our programs at the Institute for G.O.D.
Hospitality is more than about welcoming people with coffee and donuts. It's about inviting people into our lives, and showing interest in their story as well. It's something the people of faith should all practice.
Leafa Vagatai reviews what was a very impactful summer for our interns in South East Asia, where they visited the sick and imprisoned and brought needed clothes, water and food to those in need, the very things mentioned in Matthew 25.
On our "Night to Remember," many proclaimed good memories while not forgetting that these stories were set in the Jim Crow era. Although the ugly reality of racism was always there, it did not frame the stories, it did not dampen the good that happened.
Our development team in El Salvador took time to troubleshoot a recent decline in production in the garden on our campus. The process itself revealed a wonderful bond developing in our work together with our Salvadoran cooperatives.